1. What is eid al-Adha?
The second greatest feast among Muslims which marks a part of Hajj rituals at Mina near Mecca, where the pilgrims offer a sacrifice.
2. What Does al-Adha mean?
Al-Adha roots back to the word " Dhuha" in Arabic meaning
3. When it celebrated?
On the tenth of Dhu al-Hijjah every year.
4. What Do Muslims do to celebrate Eid al-Adha?
Doing Ghusl ( ritual bath), Eid prayer, offering a sacrifice.
5. What is the History behind this Eid?
It refers to Prophet Abraham (PBUH) and Allah's command that he sacrifice his son Ishmael, Which was due to Abraham's submission replaced by a ram by Allah.